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Rosin's book is a quick and informative read on an important subject.
Mrs. Rosin's curiosity and open-minded humanity have given birth to an excellent book--perhaps a classic of cultural anthropology and sociology.
I was hoping this book would be an honest, yet fair, look into the world of PHC, but it is not.
On the death of children's author, Jan Berenstain, Hanna Rosin wrote in Slate magazine, “The world today brings news that Jan Berenstain, co-author with her husband Stan, of the 45... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Book Fan
Boring and poorly written. Too many words and too much jumping back and forth, a device that I really dislike.
I expected more. Read more
I was fascinated by the depth of the faith these young people had and their determination to believe in all they had been taught without regards to the reality of politics and the... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Adele RIEPE
When the book focuses on the college, its students/faculty, and their families, allowing them to tell their own stories, it is very engaging. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Lightning TigerFists
Rosin's recent book THE END OF MEN (2012) prompted me to order this book through Amazon. God's Harvard (2007) is a fast read, informative, and well-written. Read morePublished 17 months ago by James H. Nelson
Hanna Rosin wrote an informative book about the inner workings of Patrick Henry College. This educational institution was founded by a man named Michael Farris. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Battleship
The author had a great opportunity to explore life at an elite evangelical college and squandered it by refusing to let the kids speak for themselves. Read morePublished on July 3, 2011 by Samantha
Interesting, thorough work on Patrick Henry College and its students; would have benefited from some longer-term follow-up with older students, to see how their views have... Read morePublished on December 27, 2010 by bottomofthe9th
My congratulations to Ms. Rosin for an important and engrossing book about Patrick Henry College, and more generally, a snapshot of evangelicalism in America. Read morePublished on December 23, 2008 by Edward P. Mahaney-walter